As one of the important pioneers of technology, China will take another innovative step in this regard. China will set up a satellite network to control the IoT ecosystem from a single source.
China wants to facilitate IoT control
Although the Internet of Things provides great convenience in our lives, there are still some problems to be solved in this regard. China is poised to address the connectivity issue with an innovative approach.
According to the information shared by Ericsson Mobility Report, it has 8.6 billion IoT connections in 2018. By 2024, the number of these IoT connections will reach 22.3 billion. This means that the total number per base station reaches between 5,000 and 35,000 IoT devices.
Given all this confusion, we can say that IoT, which will provide convenience in many areas, will enter our lives with some difficulties. The Chinese Government is preparing to take an innovative step in this regard. China, which plans to establish a satellite network of small satellites, will connect IoT devices in real-time as part of the Xingyun project. A seamless connection system will be ensured through the low orbit satellite network.